Rumored Samsung Galaxy S6 Benchmarks appear Online


2014 has yet to come to a close, and we’ve already taken a look at the rumored Samsung Galaxy S6 a couple of times. Ready for another dose of rumors? A set of benchmarks have just shown up on the net, and it gives us a look at what may be under the hood of Sammy’s next flagship.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is obviously going to be a phone to contend with, and we have already gone over the Project Zero rumors that arose early last month. Earlier this week, we got word that there may be an edged variant of the Galaxy S6, and now we’re getting a benchmarking listing. It’s safe to say, the Samsun Galaxy S6 has officially entered the rumor mill well ahead of its release.

The phone that showed up in the AnTuTu database carries the model number SM-G925F and is believed to be the Samsung Galaxy S6. The benchmarks show a 5.5-inch QHD display with a 64-bit octa-core Exynos 7420 under the hood. An ARM Mail-T760 will handle the graphics, and the device will have 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. As you’d expect, it’s slated to arrive with Android 5.0 Lollipop.

As always, you’ll want to take the Samsung Galaxy S6 specs leak with a grain of salt, but the specs shown are probably close to what we’ll actually see. A QHD display is certainly a lock for next year along with 3GB of RAM, but the processor will probably vary by region, and we’re not sure that “everyone” will be thrilled with a 5.5-inch monster so we will more than likely see a variant.

What do you think about the rumored Galaxy S6 specs?

via – CNMO

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